News: Clark County (Citizenship papers - 1944)
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----Source: Marshfield News Herald Wednesday June 7, 1944 P. 8 C. 1
34 Persons to Ask Citizenship Papers
Petitioners Will Apply at Neillsville June 20
Neillsville--Thirty-four petitioners will apply to the Circuit Court of Clark County at its regular motion day, June 20, 1944, for certificates of naturalization. They are:
Stefen Kalitzky, Tioga; August Kreutz, Spencer; Karl William Herman Jahnke, Granton; Neta Jahnke, Granton; Mary Gertrude Nielson, Neillsville; Rosa Bergman, Humbird; Elfriede Bertha Garbisch, Granton; Elizabeth Embke, Neillsville; Meta Minna Wetzel, Neillsville; Alice Koch, Hoffman Lieders, Abbotsford; Mathilda Emma Otto, Greenwood; Carl Fischer, Colby; Max Buchholz, Stanley; Maria Augusta Dudel, Neillsville; Antonia Kalitzky, Tioga; Olga Marie Mutka, Owen; Matti Mutka, Owem; Peter John Rosandich, Granton; John Krol, Thorp; Marek Depa, Thorp; Frank Grosely, Willard; Mike Gedrem, Thorp; Tyni Maria Hautamaki, Owen; Elsie Harder, Greenwood; John Hautamaki, Owen; Frank Drenik, Withee; Adolph Edward Cizik, Withee; John Oryszczyn, Thorp; Bertha Kraut, Curtiss; Mike Martin Rosandich, Granton; William Carl Frederick Kuenkel, Neillsville; Michael Cerne, Willard; Jens Laurids Christensen Bundgarrd, Withee; and Elin Maria Landberg, Greenwood.
Hearing on the applications will be held before Judge Emery W. Crosby at Neillsville on the above date. Judge Crosby will hild similar naturalization days at Black River Falls on June 21 and in Mauston June 22.
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